New executive director for Unicorn

Bailey Lock moves from Donmar

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Syd’s Coffee Stall of Hoxton joins the history lesson

A coffee stall which has stood in Shoreditch for 100 years is to join the collections of the Museum of London when it closes for the last time tomorrow (December 20).

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Ben Roberts to head BFI

Ben Roberts is to succeed Amanda Nevill as chief executive of the British Film Institute, having been director of the BFI Film Fund since 2012.

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Immediate Tate challenge as Morgan reappointed culture secretary

Within hours of being reappointed by Boris Johnson, culture secretary Nicky Morgan has been challenged by Tate’s director Maria Balshaw to write arts and creativity into schools’  curriculums.

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Lydford takes charge at Nevill Holt Opera

Annie Lydford has been announced as the new managing director of Nevill Holt Opera, replacing Rosenna East.

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‘Open arts career paths’ early plea to Johnson

Any new immigration rules introduced by the new Conservative government must take into account the value of foreign talent to the burgeoning creative industries, worth more than £100bn a year to the UK economy.

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83-year-old toilet roll is best museum object

The residents of Hertfordshire have chosen a toilet roll, made in Letchworth in 1936, has been chosen by Hertfordshire residents as their museum object of the year.

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Weston Jerwood focuses on inclusion

Weston Jerwood Creative Bursaries is looking for placements that prioritise socio-economic diversity and inclusion.

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RA elects first female president

The printer and painter Rebecca Salter, 64, had been Keeper of the RA, effectively the president’s deputy and principal of the RA Schools, since being elected in 2017. She has been an RA since 2014.

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Tate Britain becomes its own Christmas tree

Each year Tate Britain on London’s Millbank invites an artist to create its Christmas tree. This year, Anne Hardy has decorated the museum’s whole facade.

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